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RSI

Relative Strength Index

A measure of the performance of a stock relative to its industry or the performance of an industry relative to the market as a whole. A stock (or industry) outperforming its industry (or market) for a given period of time has a relative strength index value above 1; this is seen as a bullish sign for that stock (or industry). On the other hand, a stock (or industry) underperforming its industry (or market) for a given period of time has a relative strength index value under 1; this is seen as a bearish sign.
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Although the precise cause of the damage was unknown, RSI had accepted responsibility for damaging the scallops; and
Fisher Action " RSI is more common in older adults - a quarter (24%) of 41-63 year olds have had RSI, compared to one in six (16%) of those aged 18-30.
The RSI scholars learn about the careers, achievements, and challenges of the STEM environment and participate in question and answer sessions during the RSI Distinguished Guest Lecture Series.
The authors state on page 633 that RSI was performed according to a standard operating procedure (SOP) which included the use of thiopentone as an induction agent.
To avoid getting RSI, eliminate unnecessary computer usage.
Society spokeswoman Bronwyn Clifford said: "Many thousands of people in Yorkshire are suffering and employers are losing millions of pounds every year through RSI.
The results with the RFID tags manufactured through Parelec's printing partner and using Parmod inks have exceeded our expectations," said Wolf Bielas, founder and CEO of RSI ID Technologies.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy said its study also showed RSI rates were increasing among workers in communications, transport and education.
We're looking for money that was diverted to RSI before Kmart filed for bankruptcy in January 2002--probably $2 million," said Richard Chesley of Chicago, attorney for the Kmart Creditors Trust.
But in the past year and a half, 8 of 30 members of the Triad Custodial Maintenance Association (TCMA) have drawn workers' comp because of RSI ailments.
Fresh off a recent $50,000 investment in new hand scanners from RSI, Georgia officials such as Donald Smith are eyeing an even bigger implementation sometime in the next two years.
And the growing health risks of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) are far more common than many people realise, something being highlighted in the first RSI Awareness Week, from Monday February 23 to Sunday February 29.